Government analysis of National Infrastructure Plan reveals demand for 100,000 additional workers by the end of the decade.
Report suggests a moderately increased housing density could create 1.4 million new homes across London.
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Shadow housing minister John Healey publishes plans for building 100,000 new public homes a year by 2020.
BSRIA white paper assesses the expectations of Generation Z - the ‘smart’ generation - for building products and systems.
Text of a fascinating speech given to the Institute of Builders by Peter Trench in 1957. So what’s changed?
Glenigan's annual construction industry survey reveals the use of BIM is up and profitability is up, but client satisfaction has continued to decline.
BRE launch Üserhuus volumetric housing solution with building-integrated, photovoltaic “terra cotta” roof.
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The All Party Parliamentary Group for Excellence in the Built Environment announces an inquiry into the quality of new build housing in England.
Government public sector land disposal programme under fire from MPs
BIM Toolkit declared “out of beta” at BSI BIM conference.
The Asbestos Removal Contractors Association has published a free guidance note for clients appointing asbestos contractors.
China and TerraPower, Bill Gates’ nuclear technology company, agree to develop the world’s first “travelling wave” reactor.
Labour party conference sees launch of CIOB report aimed at measuring the added value professionals and professional bodies bring to the economy.
Using mediation to resolve disputes over planning.
Smart helmet projects 4D instructions onto display inside visor.
28% of projects have disappeared from the government construction pipeline since December 2014.
CITB launch 'Go Construct', a careers information portal to tackle the root causes of the recruitment issues facing construction.
Leadenhall Building announced as The City of London Building of the Year 2015.
Ministerial statement sets out details of the scheme to identify local planning authority underperformance in relation to shale, gas and oil casework.
10 things you need to know about Jeremy Corbyn and the built environment.
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